When I first had children I was blessed to stay home with them for 7 years. I had big plans. I was going to be the PTA President, help in the classroom and run many other important events and fundraisers. I had big plans. But when I began to see the details of the responsibilities,… Continue reading Can you help? An ode to those who volunteer.
A conversation happened after school. Not just after school, but like almost 2 hours after school that might make a big impact. Our grade is a “bubble” group. We have 4 sections while most of the rest of he grades have 3. We are trying to save our team, but it is not looking possible.… Continue reading Out of the Box
I am a Facebook checker. I have many friends and family in California, New York and Colorado that I like to stay connected to albeit just through posts and pictures. Now I love technology, but I admit it is a bit creepy at times. I try to keep my privacy up to date but it… Continue reading connections
Currently-The afterglow of report cards Looking Around My Home -a school tote 1/4 full (taking a break tonight since I did school work 12 + hours over weekend) -clothes from past few days -a cat pawing for some attention As I Ponder… -what I need for the softball parent meeting tomorrow night -my plans… Continue reading Currently-the afterglow of report cards
I think I remember resetting my password for iTunes a while back and they asked me my security questions. Some are very simple. Name of first pet or model of first car, but at one point I remember it asking favorite piece of jewelry…now please note that I set up this account back in the… Continue reading Hoop-la
We need spring break. Under a Blanket of Snow
I have never been an “It takes a villiage”theorist. I believe that people need to figure things out for themselves, find what works and live life.My happiness is not determined by a group, but rather my initiative and what I bring to the group. I do belive that in sharing our experiences, we are validated… Continue reading Why We Need a Community